When Ryan Woiden begins his shift as a paramedic, he expects a long, hectic day thanks to a staffing shortage and overwhelmed hospitals.
“You come into work knowing there’s going to be [ambulances] shut down because there’s just people that need a break mentally or physically,” said the 21-year veteran of the Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service.
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